Artem Laguta

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Artem Laguta
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Born (1990-11-13) 13 November 1990 (age 30)
NationalityFlag of Russia.svg  Russia
Current club information
Danish leagueEsbjerg
Polish league Sparta Wrocław
Swedish league elit Vetlanda
Career history
Poland
2008-2009 Lokomotiv Daugavpils
2011 Włókniarz Częstochowa
2012 Polonia Bydgoszcz
2013-2014 Unia Tarnów
2015-2020 GKM Grudziądz
2021 Sparta Wrocław
2015Sweden
Indianerna
Speedway Grand Prix statistics
SGP Number222
Starts30
Podiums3 (1-2-0)
Finalist4 time
Winner1 times
Individual honours
2009 - 4th place U-19 European Championship
2010, 2011 Russian Champion
2020 Wroclaw GP 1 Champion
Team honours
2018 Speedway of Nations Champion

Artem Grigoryevich Laguta (Russian : Артём Григорьевич Лагута; born 13 November 1990 [1] ) is a Russian motorcycle speedway rider and member of the Russian national team.

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His brother Grigory (b. 1984) is speedway rider also. He rode in the Speedway Grand Prix 2011.

Career details

World Championships

European Championships

Domestic competitions

See also

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References

  1. Świat Żużla, No 1 (77) 2009, pages 38-39, ISSN   1429-3285
2011 Speedway Grand Prix riders
1 Flag of Poland.svg Gollob 2 Flag of Poland.svg Hampel 3 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Crump 4 Flag of Poland.svg Holta 5 Flag of the United States.svg Hancock
6 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Harris 7 Flag of Denmark.svg Bjerre 8 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Holder 9 Flag of Sweden.svg Jonsson 10 Flag of Denmark.svg Pedersen
11 Flag of Sweden.svg Lindgren 12 Flag of Russia.svg Sayfutdinov 13 Flag of Russia.svg Laguta 14 Flag of Sweden.svg Lindbäck 15 Flag of Poland.svg Kołodziej